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Your Tour Van is a Cop Magnet

By Guest Post on under Music Marketing, Touring, Starting a Band, Running a Band

There’s a long history of disconnect between true rockers and the fuzz. Dead Kennedys wrote “Police Truck” almost forty years ago. NWA had their infamous

How to Trademark a Logo - A Step-by-Step Guide

By Nicholas Rubright on under Trademark, Starting a Band, Legal Music Tips, Music Industry Law, Logo

You've designed an awesome logo and want to have it legally protected. We've discussed trademarking a name before, but logo rights are a little different. Before

How to Develop a Social Media Strategy for Effective Music Promotion

By Nicholas Rubright on under Music Marketing, Social Media, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube Marketing, Promote Music Online

Social media is an essential tool for musicians. While it shouldn't replace your website, and you shouldn't neglect your email list, knowing the right way to

How I crowdfunded my debut jazz album 111% in under 30 days

By Guest Post on under Music Marketing, Crowdfunding, Social Media, Twitter, Facebook, Mailing List

The following article was written by Mike Casey. You can check out his music on Dozmia - download the app here. Hello fellow artists! My name

4 Social Media Tools To Boost Engagement & Interaction

By Guest Post on under Music Marketing, Social Media, Twitter, Facebook

The following is a guest post from David Andrew Wiehe - the founder of The Music Entrepreneur HQ and author of The New Music Industry: Adapting,